Ingredients: Maple Syrup
A thick, sweet syrup that is made from the sap of maple trees. The sap is cooked down to create maple syrup.
Southeastern Canada and the northeastern U.S.
The production of maple syrup is based primarily in North America. In South Korea, maple trees are tapped, but South Koreans prefer the unprocessed maple sap called gorosoe.
Indigenous peoples of North America first discovered how to make maple syrup and then taught European colonists.
“Celebrating the History of Maple Syrup” from Michigan State University https://www.canr.msu.edu/news/celebrating_the_history_of_maple_syrup
“In South Korea, Drinks are on the Maple Tree” by Choe Sang-Hun (2009) https://www.nytimes.com/2009/03/06/world/asia/06maple.html
New Oxford Book of Food Plants by John Vaughan et al. (2009)